Question about Cell Phones
What you've done so far is perfect. All it needs now is more time to dry out completely.
If you can afford to do without it for that long, remove the battery again and leave the phone in a dry place. Come back to it after a couple of weeks and see how it behaves. Repeat this until it is back to normal.
After my son's KG290 went through the wash last year, it was several months before we put it back into service.
Posted on Feb 10, 2009
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